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Can Remote Web Workplace Links be Changed/Edited?

Posted on 2008-10-08
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We currently use the default Remote Web Workplace in Windows Server 2003.

Can this page and it's links be edited?  We do not use in house Exchange but it would be nice to place a link on there for our webmail.  Also I'd like to change where our sharepoint link goes to as it for some reason is defaulted to "http://companyweb" which of course exists nowhere but the internal LAN.

If I can't change the links, can I at least remove the OWA link?  It's pointless for us.
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by:SysExpert
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You should be able to find the html code somewhere, but I  am not sure when/ if it is refreshed.

I think that there is a customizing option , check the SBS help.


I hope this helps !
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by:danielevans83
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What's weird is I DID find the file I needed to edit, but when I changed any of the pictures it started asking me to login when this site has anonymous access.  Any idea?
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You may need to edit the file with the correct user ?

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No I mean after I changed the pictures and attempted to browse the site, it asked for a login.  I'm pretty sure I did this as a domain administrator.
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It's almost like the picture I uploaded had different permissions than the rest of the pictures, and it required a login.  Weird.
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And thats exactly what it was.  nevermind
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Well, my hint didn't help.
Th correct user with the correct permissions.

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